M1905, News Report, Posted: Feb 27, 2013
In an interview with a Chinese entertainment news site, Ang Lee complained of Hollywood's continued neglect of Asian performers.
Hyphen, News Feature, Posted: Feb 27, 2013
For Asian farmers in Silicon Valley, rising land prices, urbanization and competition from abroad are threatening traditional livelihoods.
Angry Asian Man, News Report, Posted: Feb 26, 2013
The Annihilator is a young Chinese prisoner, Ming, who undergoes a dangerous genetic procedure that gives him extraordinary abilities. And like any good hero, he uses those abilities to fight bad guys. Does that sound cool? They're working on a film version with producer Barry Josephson and a script by the guy wrote and directed The Bourne Legacy. Here's more about the character:
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Feb 26, 2013
Reports of systematic hacking by China ignore the fact that other countries are deeply invested in cyber warfare, none more so than the U.S.
New America Media, Question & Answer, Posted: Feb 24, 2013
North Korea's latest nuclear test sparked calls in South Korea for a domestic nuclear deterrence, a move that could spell a wider arms race.
Sing Tao Daily, News Report, Posted: Feb 22, 2013
Public anger is growing in China over North Korea's latest nuclear test, pushing Beijing to take a tougher stance on its longtime ally.
First Post, News Report, Posted: Feb 21, 2013
Cameron didn’t have to come to Amritsar. India is not holding its breath for a British apology nor does it hold Cameron personally accountable for 94-year-old atrocities.
Viet Bao, News Report, Posted: Feb 19, 2013
Due to her ability to see ghosts who warned her of enemies' approaching, she managed to avoid capture and was considered a witch and became the supreme leader of the rebels and given the title War Witch.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Feb 15, 2013
The national debate on immigration reform is forging ahead -- but rights advocates see reason to be concerned about who might be left out.
Sing Tao Daily, News Report, Posted: Feb 14, 2013
Despite China’s verbal toughness, an editorial in the Chinese-language Sing Tao Daily questions just how much Beijing can do to rein in North Korea.
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